A conference about regulatory reform, advancing the dialogue on how smarter processes and better regulation can benefit New Zealanders.
- Session One - Keynote Address The Paradox of Regulation: What Regulation Can Achieve and What it Cannot - Professor Fiona Haines. Chair: Susy Frankel
- Session Two - Global Connectedness The Web of Trade Agreements and Alliances and Impact on Regulatory Autonomy - Meredith Kolsky Lewis & Chris Nixon; Regulating Foreign Direct Investment in New Zealand - Further Analysis - Daniel Kalderimis. Chair Dr John Yeabsley
- Session Three - Balancing the Scale: Public Welfare and Policy Making Consumer Law and Paternalism: a Framework for Policy Decision Making - Kate Tokeley; Public Participation in New Zealand's Regulatory Processes - Mark Bennett; Competition Law and Policy: Can a Generalist Law be an Effective Regulator - Paul Scott. Chair: Dr Rayner Thwaites
- Session Four - Cutting Across the Regulatory Divide: Key themes Learning the Way Forward? The Role of Monitoring, Evaluation and Review - Derek Gill; Experimentation and Regulation - Joel Colon-Rios; Certainty and Discretion - Tim Smith Voyage of Discovery: How do we bring Analytical Techniques to State Driven Behaviour Change? - John Yeabsley; Features of the Uniqueness of New Zealand and their Role in Regulation – Susy Frankel. Chair: Andy Nicholls
- Session Five - Keynote Address Comparing Risk Regulation in the US and Europe, and the Global Diffusion of Regulatory Oversight - Jonathan B Wiener. Chair: Professor Jonathan Boston